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Everyone wins when everyone pulls-Cycling Lessons on Leadership

A few years ago I made a commitment to ride my bike across Canada with the Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation as a method to raise funds and awareness for paediatric cancer. 508 more words


Should we cycle more like our Belgian neighbours?

According to a 2013 report from the European Commission, 19% of Belgian citizens cycle at least a few times a week compared to 10% of UK citizens. 863 more words


Cycling: stealth health for the chronic anti-exerciser

I bloody hate exercising.

I think I might be allergic to it.  I certainly spent my entire school career dreading gym class.  Netball filled me with horror.  1,870 more words


Confessions of a Fiat Driver & Cyclist

Despite the existence of the lifeworking choices that I described in my previous blogpost, there are powerful barriers that prevent individuals from embarking on a new journey, even when the possible path ahead can be at least partly visualised. 1,493 more words



The rain stopped… quick, back on the bikes!

We knew we might not get another chance to move on, with the forecast up till Easter being wet and windy, so when morning brought cloudy but dry skies we knew it was the best chance we might get. 303 more words


Adversity Wins

Last Sunday I drove up to Fort Collins to race the CSU Oval Criterium. Although I had the opportunity to race twice in Arizona for the early season VOS and TBC races (stay tuned for a belated/out-of-order race report on TBC), this would be my first Colorado Race. 946 more words

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